Pakistan’s all-rounder, Shadab Khan, has recently joined a law enforcement agency (LEA), according to an announcement on X. The Punjab Police revealed that Shadab khan has been granted the honorary rank of Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) by Dr. Usman Anwar, the province’s top cop.
The statement also mentioned Shadab’s appointment as the brand ambassador for the provincial police, emphasizing that he has been briefed on the operations of various departments.
Expressing his excitement about joining the provincial police force, Shadab stated, “It is an honor for me to be appointed as a brand ambassador by Punjab IG. I am very happy to be a part of Punjab Police.”
Shadab, who is currently sidelined due to an ankle injury, was not included in the T20I squad for the New Zealand series, as announced by Chief Selector Wahab Riaz in a recent press conference.
Riaz highlighted Shadab’s significance in Pakistan’s T20 cricket and mentioned that he requires two more weeks of rehabilitation before being available to bowl. Notably, pacers Haris Rauf and Shaheen Shah Afridi have also received honorary police titles.
Ushna Shah Challenges Stereotypes, Asserts Outfits Don’t Define Goodness
Actress and model Ushna Shah shared her views on wearing the hijab, emphasizing that it is a personal choice and should not be used to judge a person’s character.
In a recent interview, she expressed that people often associate wearing hijab with being a good person, but she believes that one’s clothing does not define their morality.
Talking about the reason for holding up the snaps she said that people think that if you wear hijab or covered clothes then you become a good person. Presenting the contrasting views of society she added: “If you wear lehenga choli or sleeveless in your marriage then you are the opposite of good.”
She shared her perspective that the choice of clothing should not be the criteria for judging someone’s character.
According to Ushna Shah, wearing a hijab is a personal decision and a matter between an individual and God, and others should not interfere.
She acknowledged the comfort and style of modest clothing, stating that it has its advantages, such as freeing individuals from concerns about weight gain and hairstyling.
Ushna Shah expressed her enjoyment of wearing the hijab and explained that it represents a religious identity for many women, offering both comfort and style.